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Name: parminder kaur
plz suggest me diet chart for my 20months old baby.
Name: Ravi Kumar
Subject:  Diet for My Son 18 Months Boy
My son age 18 months,basically we are from southindian.

my son diet is:

2.9&10am-Curd Rice/Idli.
3.12&1pm-Lunch (Contains Green vegetables and leaves)
4.4&5pm-Fruit Juice (apples,orange,pomegranate)
6.9pm dinner(contain same as lunch)

if any comments/suggestion please welcome

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Name: Meenakshi
Subject:  hello
Hello Parminder.What is your existing diet chart?Even i have a 20 month old baby boy.We culd work out togther!!!Where do you stay?
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Name: parminder
Subject:  hii Meenakshi
hi Meenaksi thanks for reply n nice to hear frm u.i stay in bangalore n wat abt u? i have a doughter n her diet chart is-
between 7&8am-milk
10&11am-sometime ragi/fruits/sandwich
1&2pm-lunch(one veg.,curd,one chapati,sometime dal,if i feed her more like if i add salad she doesnt eat full chapati)
5pm-milk or fruits
7pm-somtime snacks like biscuits etc.or salad
9pm-dinner(sometime bowl full of dal/kichdi/dal with chapati n veg./somtime rice
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